I was recently interviewed and featured in this month’s Northeastern College of Computer Science Newsletter where I talked about my work with Project Plus One, the Broad Institute, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. You can read the full article through this link.
On April 3, 2013, an article was published in the Northeastern News about my recent co-op experience at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The article covers the RVU Tracker application I developed there which measures doctor productivity and incentivizes efficient billing practices and helps tracks the types of shifts doctors work.
The experience I gained working at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, working alongside the Hospitalist Service administrator, Kimberely Reynolds and Dr. Anuj Dalal, MD, has been tremendously valuable. It was the first time I had designed, written, and released my own software application. The tool is in use today to measure the performance and patient interactions of over 100 doctors and is having a significant impact on the fiscal budget of the Hospitalist group. All this responsibility granted to an intern goes a long way to vouch for Northeastern’s unique and world-renowned co-op program. If it were not for the great team at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital that I worked with, this also would not have been possible.